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Paw Patrol is on a roll and here in Dallas for a limited time!

Paw Patrol Experience: Only at Camp

Location: CAMP at The Hill, 9300 North Central Expressway, Dallas, TX 75231

Opening Hours: ​​Everyday from 10am – 6pm until October 31.

Ages 2 and under are free.

We got the chance to visit the Paw Patrol Experience: Only at Camp – a brand new immersive experience for younger kids.

Pre-book your entry time to allow for distancing and a great experience.


What is it?

This is definitely what I would call an “immersive experience” – and it’s right here in Dallas (right off 75). 

It offers an incredible opportunity to engage your precocious puppies or children for an afternoon of imaginative play behind the magic door (literally – you enter the experience through a secret door in the gift shop!). 

How cool is that!?


How does it work?

Kids receive a lanyard upon entry from a CAMP “counselor” with a badge from their favorite character (Skye and Marshall in this household):

Everywhere you turn there are a range of unique play opportunities: interactive engagements, as well as physical and artistic outlets. 

Basically, everything you need to do to keep your kiddos entertained (and running off energy) for a few hours. 


These are some of the things our kiddos particularly enjoyed: 

A large indoor slide with a traffic light to tell you when to go

An adorable doghouse-styled coloring page station

(there’s even a large space for kids to display their artwork when they are done creating)

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There’s also a counselor-led “spin art” station that was so cool! 

The counselors pack up your artwork in a box that you can grab on your way home. 

There are light-up scooters that kids can ride around the venue, a big colorful digital projection of fireworks that you can “douse” with water, and lots of space for kids to safely roam around and play!!


This Plano Mom highly recommends this activity for any young Paw Patrol fan (or honestly even as the perfect indoor activity for any kiddos on a hot day!). 

Parking was easy, everyone who worked at CAMP was friendly and cheerful, and there was even a little café where you could get ice cream on your way out! 

The space is large, but not so big that it made it difficult to keep an eye on your kids. 

You get plenty of time to try out everything available, and really feel like you’ve been in a different world by the time your adventure is over.


All in all, it really made for a fun and very memorable afternoon together and my kids are already begging to go back again!

Ruvini Kularatne

Wednesday 22nd of September 2021

My major concern is COVID, do they take necessary precautions? I would love to go there with my kid.

Abbie

Wednesday 22nd of September 2021

Yes, masks are being worn and you have to pre-book a slot to allow for distancing and minimize the number of people in the building at one time.

You don't want anyone missing this!

Be sure to tell your friends and family about this.